Emma Roberts appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and she looked flawless. Emma hasn’t revealed how far along she is in her pregnancy, but she did say she has a few more months left to go. She’s also publicly confirmed that she is having a baby boy and her boyfriend, Garrett Hedlund, will choose his name. In addition to the fascinating interview, Emma gave to Jimmy Kimmel, fans were in love with her pink dress. When Jimmy remarked that from the waist up, you couldn’t tell that Emma was pregnant, she stood up and put her baby bump on full display.
Emma wore the Pleated Georgette Dress from Ganni that retails for approximately $245. The pink dress looked beautiful on Emma and she wore her long, blonde locks parted in the middle and flowing freely. She opted for a bright red lipstick that was a great complement to the pink hues of her dress.
For footwear, Emma opted for a pair of Mesh pumps from Andrea Wazen. The shoes are called the Denver and Emma wore them in pastel pink.
You may see a photo slideshow that Emma Roberts shared with her fans featuring herself in the gorgeous dress below.
If you missed Emma Roberts’ interview with Jimmy Kimmel, you may watch it in the video player below. Emma even explains why she had to block her mother on Instagram!
Here are some additional photos of Emma Roberts showing off her baby bump while wearing the fashionable outfit.
Emma Roberts has opted for many floral, feminine, and lightweight dresses throughout her pregnancy. She has worn plenty of midi and maxi dresses and seems to be gaining weight in a healthy manner. Her baby bump is getting rounder and bigger, but the rest of her body and face look the same. Is she practicing yoga like Hilaria Baldwin who bounced back into shape after only six weeks postpartum?
What do you think about Emma Roberts pink Ganni dress? Are you a fan of Emma’s maternity style?
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